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NFC
1. Atlanta (10-1) South leader
2. San Francisco (8-2-1) West leader

3. Chicago (8-3) North leader
4. NY Giants (7-4) East leader
5. Green Bay (7-4)
6. Seattle (6-5) (4-4 NFC) beat Minnesota, beat Tampa Bay on Conf record

7. Tampa Bay (6-5) (3-5 NFC) beat Minnesota, lost to Seattle on Conf record
8. Minnesota (6-5) lost to Seattle and Tampa Bay
9. Washington (5-6) (5-4 NFC) Beat Dallas and New Orleans
10 Dallas (5-6) (4-5 NFC) lost to Washington, beat New Orleans on Conf record
11 New Orleans (5-6) (3-4 NFC) lost to Washington, lost to Dallas on Conf record

12 St. Louis (4-6-1)
13 Detroit (4-7) (3-5 NFC) Beat Arizona on Conf Record
14 Arizona (4-7) (2-6 NFC) lost to Detroit on Conf Record
15 D-Carolina (3-8) Beat Philadelphia
16 Philadelphia (3-8)

D - eliminated from Divisional title

Wildcard
#6 Seattle (6-5) @ #3 Chicago (8-3)
#5 Green Bay (7-4) @ #4 NY Giants (7-4)

1st round bye
#1 Atlanta (10-1)
#2 San Francisco (8-2-1)

* An Atlanta win AND Seattle, Tampa Bay, and Minnesota losses will clinch Atlanta a playoff spot (11-5 vs 10-6s. They have to lose as they all could beat Atlanta (Tampa Bay would tie and split head to head and it would go to Div record) on NFC record if they won out and all finished at 11-5)

* A Philly loss AND NY Giants win will eliminate Philly from the NFC East title (7-9 vs 8-8)

* A Detroit loss AND Chicago win will eliminate Detroit from the NFC North title (8-8 vs 9-7)

* A Arizona loss OR SF win will eliminate Arizona from the NFC West title (8-8 vs 8-7-1 with Arizona going 4-1 in the next 5 games and SF going 0-5-0. 9-7 vs 9-6-1 with Arizona going 5-0 and SF going 1-4-0

* A St. Louis loss to SF will eliminate St. Louis from the NFC West title (8-7-1 vs 9-6-1 if St. Louis went 4-1-0 and SF 1-4-0 in the next five games. A tie would help St. Louis 8-6-2 vs 8-6-2 if both teams tie again and St. Louis went 4-0-1 and SF 0-4-1. St. Louis would be 3-1-2 in the div and SF would be 2-2-2)

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AFC
1. Houston (10-1) South leader
2. Baltimore (9-2) North leader

3. New England (8-3) East leader, Beat Denver
4. Denver (8-3) West leader, lost to New England
5. Indy (7-4)
6. Pittsburgh (6-5) beat Cincinnati

7. Cincinnati (6-5) lost to Pittsburgh
8. Miami (5-6)
9. San Diego (4-7) (4-4 AFC) Beat Tennessee, beat Tennessee and NY Jets on Conf record (3-3)
10 D-Tennessee (4-7) (3-5 AFC) Lost to San Diego, beat NY Jets on common games (3-5)
11 NY Jets (4-7) (3-5 AFC, 2-3 North) Beat Buffalo, lost to San Diego on Conf record, lost to Tennessee on common games

12 Buffalo (4-7) (3-5 AFC, 1-3 North) Lost to NY Jets
13 D-Cleveland (3-8) Beat Oakland on common games (3-3)
14 Oakland (3-8) lost to Cleveland on common games (1-3)
15 D-Jacksonville (2-9)
16 D-Kansas City (1-10)

D - eliminated from Divisional title

Wildcard
#6 Pittsburgh (6-5) @ #3 New England (8-3)
#5 Indy (7-4) @ Denver (8-3)

1st Round Bye
#1 Houston (10-1)
#2 Baltimore (9-2)

* A Houston win AND Pittsburgh loss AND Cincinnati Loss will clinch Houston a play off spot (11-5 vs 10-6 and 10-6)

* A Pittsburgh win OR Cincinati win OR Kansas City loss will eliminate Kansas City from the playoffs (7-9 worst case vs Kansas City's 6-10 best case)

* A (Pittsburgh win OR Cincinati win) AND Jacksonville loss will eliminate Jacksonville from the playoffs (7-9 worst ase vs Jacksonville's 6-10 best case)


* A New England win AND either NY Jets or Buffalo losing will eliminate either team from the AFC East title (New England would be 9-7 if they lost out and either team would be 8-8 if they won out.)

* A Pittsbugh loss to Baltimore will emilinate Pittsburgh from the AFC North title (best they could do would be 10-6 if they won out and Baltimore would be 10-6 if they lost out, but Baltimore would hold 2 wins over Pittsbugh

* An Oakland loss to Denver will eliminate them from the AFC West title (best they could do is 7-9 vs a Denver 9-7)

* Denver will win the AFC West with a win over Oakland AND San Diego loss (Denver would be 9-7 in worst case and San Diego would be 8-8 best case, Oakland 7-9, and KC 6-10)

Division strength by out of division record
1. NFC North (19-13) 0.594
2. AFC North (16-12) 0.571
3. NFC South (17-13) 0.567
4t AFC South (16-14) 0.533

4t NFC West (16-14) 0.533
6. AFC East (13-15) 0.464
7. NFC East (13-17) 0.433
8. AFC West (8-20) 0.286

The NFC is (27-19) 0.587 vs the AFC



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I don't think that is quite the same. I wouldn't have had a problem if Green Bay had pulled its starters, and therefore Strahan was able to get a sack on them.
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